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Severe Weather / Re: Gaylord, Michigan Tornado of May 20, 2022
« Last post by CW2274 on May 21, 2022, 08:03:13 PM »
I just read that it was rated, surprisingly to me, as an EF3.  The few pics I saw didn't do it justice. Don't see that every day in MI, let alone way up north in the state.
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Using Cumulus MX you might be able to get the data at 1 min intervals, but the WeatherLink app has handcuffed all three of my AirLinks to 15 min intervals since I donít have Plus. Trying to see if I can get a free copy of Plus since I work for AEM, but if not, I may just spring for it myself since I need to try Mobilize.

I'm pretty sure that Airlink data in the Weatherlink app updates every one minute, even without a pro subscription.. Perhaps you mean the archive interval?

http://your.airlink.internal.ip.address/v1/current_conditions

If you refresh the page after a minute or so, you'll see new values.

Yeah. There are four separate time intervals involved with AirLink and WeatherLink.com:

1. Interval at which AirLink sends data to Weatherlink.com servers.  This is 1 minute as stated in the specs and confirmed by experiments.

2. Interval at which the bulletin page on Weatherlink.com displays fresh data from Airlink.  According to @Mapantz 's post above, this also is 1 minute, regardless of the subscription tier.  This was my original question.

3. Historical data storage and charting interval. This is obviously 15 minutes regardless of tier.

4. Retransmit interval by weatherlink.com to 3rd party sites. This is tier dependent - 15 minutes for Basic, 5 minutes for Pro and up to 1 minute for higher tiers.
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Using Cumulus MX you might be able to get the data at 1 min intervals, but the WeatherLink app has handcuffed all three of my AirLinks to 15 min intervals since I donít have Plus. Trying to see if I can get a free copy of Plus since I work for AEM, but if not, I may just spring for it myself since I need to try Mobilize.

I'm pretty sure that Airlink data in the Weatherlink app updates every one minute, even without a pro subscription.. Perhaps you mean the archive interval?

http://your.airlink.internal.ip.address/v1/current_conditions

If you refresh the page after a minute or so, you'll see new values.
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: Goes16 GIF Animation
« Last post by gwwilk on May 21, 2022, 05:58:03 PM »
As of 4:55pm CDT the 16 gif animation is back while the 17 is missing.  Things should get back to normal in due time.
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Using Cumulus MX you might be able to get the data at 1 min intervals, but the WeatherLink app has handcuffed all three of my AirLinks to 15 min intervals since I donít have Plus. Trying to see if I can get a free copy of Plus since I work for AEM, but if not, I may just spring for it myself since I need to try Mobilize.
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: Goes16 GIF Animation
« Last post by simiweather on May 21, 2022, 05:52:05 PM »
I noticed this as well, for GOES17.  What's going on?  All the animated GIFs from the NHC's website are dead: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/satellite.php

www.simiweather.com

I'm noticing my GOES16 images are dead.  Anyone else noticing this?

https://www.bismarckweather.net/wxGOES16-GIFLoops.php

GEOColor and all the flavors are down.
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: Goes16 GIF Animation
« Last post by 92merc on May 21, 2022, 05:42:58 PM »
I'm noticing my GOES16 images are dead.  Anyone else noticing this?

https://www.bismarckweather.net/wxGOES16-GIFLoops.php

GEOColor and all the flavors are down.
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Chit-Chat / Solar Radiation
« Last post by ocala on May 21, 2022, 05:27:21 PM »
As of about 2AM this morning the wifi logger is reporting solar Radiation. I don't have a sensor. Also WU is doing the same at about the same time. How is this possible.
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wl.com cannot talk to the console. Presumably you had some specific reason for wanting to adjust the calibration that shows on wl.com and therefore if you want console and wl.com to read the same RH then you need to apply the same offset to each.
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Does anyone know the update interval of the AirLink data in the Weatherlink.com bulletin (standalone AirLink)?

I have the Pro subscription and the 'Last updated' timestamp changes every minute, but it is hard to tell if the data values actually change that often. The historical records are stored in 15 min intervals.

Considering downgrading to a Basic subscription, but would like to know if the upload interval is the same.  There is a parameter in the description of the various subscription tiers called '3rd Party Intervals', which is 15 min and 5 min respectively for the Basic and Pro tiers.  I don't think it applies to the Weatherlink site though, only to uploads to 3rd party sites.

Also, does anyone know how much data can Airlink buffer if it loses WiFi connection?  I noticed it remembers data and sends it up once WiFi is restored.

Thanks!

Airlink updates at 1 minute intervals. I grab the data via Cumulus MX, and show the values on my website. They update every 1 minute regardless of a subscription, because the Airlink is a standalone device.

I use a Weatherlink Live, and I'm pretty sure data is sent every 1 minute even without a subscription. You'll only see updates at 15 minute intervals, though.

As for the buffer size - not sure. I was offline for around 3 to 4 hours when my fibre internet was installed, and it sent all of that missing data through to Weatherlink once I was back online.
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